Albertville, Alabama: One-Millionth Fire Hydrant, Chrome-Plated
The one-millionth hydrant made in 1989 by the Mueller Company in the Fire Hydrant Capital of the World. Stands outside the Chamber of Commerce. And there's a red-white-blue hydrant in town hall.
Albertville Chamber of Commerce
- 316 E. Sand Mountain Dr. SE, Albertville, AL
- South off Main St., on Sand Mountain Dr. at McDonald Ave. In front of the CoC offices, next to the old train depot, across from Family Dollar.
Chrome-Plated Fire Hydrant
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Outside the Albertville Chamber of Commerce stands a salute to Albertville's legacy as the "fire hydrant capital of the world," in 1991 a polished chrome hydrant was placed on a pedestal of marble there to celebrate the Mueller Co. producing its one-millionth hydrant. [Alice Henderson, 07/05/2005]
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